Utilize the growing network of Amazon Mechanical Turk Workers in your business and for a limited time, Amazon will give you $1,000. It’s easy. Submit your HITs, pay for $2,000 worth of approved HITs and get $1,000 back from Amazon! That’s right, get $2,000 worth of work done for only $1000. Act quickly to take advantage of this limited promotion.
In April 1996, Alexa started archiving the web with a crawl that today captures more than 4 billion documents and over 300 terabytes of data. The beta version of the Alexa Web Search Platform provides public access to this vast web crawl. For the first time, developers looking to build the next big thing in search can now access the utilities to search, process, and publish their own custom subset of the data, or even a custom search engine—all at a reasonable price.
The compute and storage resources that allow users to search, process, and customize billions of documents using Alexa’s search and publication tools are provided by Alexa. For information about the complete Alexa Web Search Platform offering, pricing, or to apply for the beta program, please visit http://websearch.alexa.com.
Custom search results generated from the Alexa Web Search Platform can be programmatically accessed as a web service, allowing developers to build new search applications using the language of their choice.
The price of advertisements in traditional media like magazines or television is usually determined by the number of readers or viewers an outlet reaches. The greater the reach, the higher the price. Determining the number and type of people that visit a web site is not an exact science, and it has made it difficult to accurately and competitively price advertisements on the Web. San Francisco-based AdBrite is taking the guesswork out of this process using Alexa Web Information Service.
Action Engine uses Amazon E-Commerce Service to provide wireless companies with a feature-rich and easy-to-use shopping application to offer their customers. The result is greater industry awareness, superior ease-of-use among mobile shopping applications and a richer feature set.
The Amazon E-Commerce Service (ECS) is in the running for a Reader’s Choice award from the Web Services Journal in the “Best Web Services Platform” category.
Learn more about becoming an Amazon Mechanical Turk Requester. Join Amazon Web Services Evangelist, Jeff Barr, for the last part of our online, two-part training series on Thursday, December 15th. Registration is required and capacity is limited, so sign up today.